Who wouldn’t want a velociraptor as a best friend? I know it’s definitely something I thought about a lot while I was growing up. I mean, sure, playing fetch with your dog is great. It is. But what if you could play fetch with a velociraptor, too? In this piece, I wanted to stay away from the Jurassic Park-style velociraptor. In reality, these animals were much smaller. And I liked the way the smaller critter measures up to the human. […]
So, I call this piece of Seven of Nine fan art “Haunted.” Because how could she not be? This piece was inspired by Seven’s appearance in the Star Trek: Picard episode “Stardust City Rag.” In particular, I was thinking about Seven’s conversation with Picard towards the end of the episode. And so I got thinking about Seven, about how haunted she might be. And this is the piece that resulted!
I’m calling this Star Trek piece “The Flag Ship,” because it features two of the most famous flag ships in Starfleet history: The USS Enterprise NCC-1701-A and the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E. Captain Kirk and Captain Picard meet (again?). Mostly, the Constitution-refit class and the Sovereign class starships are two of my all time favorite designs. I had a very strong urge to draw them together–both movie-designed starships–and see what happens. I hope you enjoy the piece as much as I […]
I was asked to do this piece as part of a commission. At first, I found myself way outside of my comfort zone. I don’t paint a lot of interiors–and interiors of cathedrals (or cathedral like buildings) aren’t a big feature in my repertoire. But I’m really happy I took on this project–it was a lot of fun to stretch my legs on this particular piece. If you look close, you’ll notice the Doctor’s TARDIS in there. It’s definitely a […]
So there was this image in my head of Wonder Woman. And in this image, she was battling something nightmarish in a kind of odd setting. Most people would acknowledge that image and move on. But since I’m an artist, I decided to paint it! And this piece comes very close to what I originally had in my mind. If anyone can defeat those nightmares, it’s Wonder Woman.
So, there’s probably a rule on the internet somewhere that every piece of Firefly art has to be titled “You Can’t Take the Sky From Me,” right? Well, I’m certainly following along in that grand tradition. This piece features the Firefly class transport Serenity, as featured in both the Firefly television show and Serenity, the follow-up movie. I know, at the point, Firefly and Serenity are both on the older side. But if you haven’t watched them, you should. They are both so, […]
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Resistance if futile. Or… it’s not. You’ll have to ask Seven of Nine. She probably knows. If you’ve been following along this site for a while, you probably know that Star Trek: Voyager is among my favorite Trek series. (Okay, look–my “favorite” Trek changes from day to day… that’s just how it is). Anyway, one of my favorite characters on Voyager was Seven of Nine. And if you’ve been paying attention to the Star Trek: Picard promotional material, you know that Seven […]
It’s no secret that I love Star Trek. And the most recent iteration of Trek is no exception. Star Trek Discovery is fantastic. (So is Star Trek Picard, but that’s a different post.) Anyway, I decided to create a piece that celebrated my love of Trek old and new. I call this piece “Passing the Torch.” I imagine Enterprise coming in for decommissioning around the same time Shenzhou was launched. It’s true, that timeline could be off. But with a little bit of imagination, […]
A couple of months ago, I finished a piece that featured a Romulan D’Deridex class Warbird. I was really happy with the way the spaceship turned out. But I was never super thrilled with the background. So the other day I decided to go back and create a new background for this piece. This is unusual for me. I’m one of those artists that is always looking forward. Once a piece is finished, I post it and move on–no matter […]
Jodie Whittaker’s 13th Doctor has been amazing. She hasn’t always had the best storylines, but there’s no doubt about how well Whittaker fits into the role. She just is the Doctor. And it’s amazing. So I was inspired to create this portrait. I wanted to play around with colors and create something on the more dramatic side of things. Hence, the orange highlights. I’m really happy with how the piece turned out.